# Function core::arch::wasm32::i8x16_shuffle

1.54.0 · source · ```
pub fn i8x16_shuffle<const I0: usize, const I1: usize, const I2: usize, const I3: usize, const I4: usize, const I5: usize, const I6: usize, const I7: usize, const I8: usize, const I9: usize, const I10: usize, const I11: usize, const I12: usize, const I13: usize, const I14: usize, const I15: usize>(
a: v128,
b: v128,
) -> v128
```

Available on

**only.**`target_family="wasm"`

and target feature `simd128`

and WebAssembly## Expand description

Returns a new vector with lanes selected from the lanes of the two input
vectors `$a`

and `$b`

specified in the 16 immediate operands.

The `$a`

and `$b`

expressions must have type `v128`

, and this function
generates a wasm instruction that is encoded with 16 bytes providing the
indices of the elements to return. The indices `i`

in range [0, 15] select
the `i`

-th element of `a`

. The indices in range [16, 31] select the `i - 16`

-th element of `b`

.

Note that this is a macro due to the codegen requirements of all of the
index expressions `$i*`

must be constant. A compiler error will be
generated if any of the expressions are not constant.

All indexes `$i*`

must have the type `u32`

.